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Wyo. Education Leaders Seek Better Communication

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — State education officials are seeking ways to better communicate in order to complete work on state education reforms.

The topic was discussed during the State Board of Education meeting in Cheyenne on Tuesday.

Board and Wyoming Department of Education representatives discussed ways to plan their work to avoid confusion on matters such as what statutory tasks belong to each entity and how financial issues involving both groups could be made clearer.

The board also discussed how to answer legislators’ questions during the session that began Tuesday and how to best communicate the board’s positions.

The board took no action during the Tuesday work session.

Despite the lack of action, board members and agency officials told the Associated Press that the session was productive.

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